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Pantone Color of the Year 2020

Classic Blue Instills Calm, Confidence, and Connection. The PANTONE Color this year is 19-4052 Classic Blue. As we cross the threshold into a new era this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for stability. Blue brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit. Worldwide we gravitate to colors that bring clarity and help us re-center our thoughts. This universal favorite is easily embraced and is always my favorite! Lisa Stewart is an interior designer serving the Triangle […]

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Fall 2019 High Point Market: Best in Show

Interior Designer Sasha Bikoff shows at Currey & Company. This exhibition wins Best in Show and stopped me in my tracks because it evoked such a feeling of beauty. Thanks to Sasha and Currey & Company for lightening everyone’s mood. The fun ethereal design was inspired by Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli. Walls, ceilings, and floors were painted in these rich tones. Garden green foliage and painted metal furniture added whimsy while rich fabrics tented overhead. It felt modern but […]

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Lisa Stewart Design Interior Raleigh Master Suite Blog

News & Observer: Timeless Elegance

This spa-like master bath retreat is part of a very large home addition. The gorgeous tub is the focal point! A house on a hill and heartwarming childhood nostalgia combine to make this master bath design a beautiful project from the inside out. Download my newspaper article here. Lisa Stewart is an interior designer serving the Triangle area of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, NC.

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Homes of Service

Home for our Military? Leaving home can be hard and no one knows that more than our military personal deployed around the world. We were privileged to watch our nephew’s deployment ceremony at Fort Bragg when he left the country to serve as a helicopter pilot. As he left the hanger that day with all his personal belongings, he knew his dangerous destination but could not tell us where he was going. We wished him God Speed and wondered what […]

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Spring 2019 High Point Market: Emerald Green Everywhere

This spring we are seeing green inside too! Interior designers are finding shades of emerald, malachite, and moss green are appealing to our clients, especially those craving chroma and tired of the saturated shades of gray. But adding bold verdigris to your home can be tricky. First decide if you want it to be the predominant focal point color like the chairs in this photo. If not, perhaps a couple throw pillows may be enough. Either way, adding this happy […]

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Hearst Castle Architecture and Interior Design History

Lifetime of design and decorating inspiration. The unbelievable architecture and interior design collection of the Hearst Castle recently blew me away again! I first visited the Hearst Castle as an 8-year-old, and it was clearly a defining moment in my life. My memories of the astounding grandeur and beauty remained and influenced my own design style. Hearst Castle is an Art Museum, National and California Historic Landmark and California State Park located on the Central Coast near San Simeon. It […]

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Lisa Stewart Design Interior Raleigh Pantone 2019

Pantone Color of the Year 2019

This lighthearted blush color decorates the world. The PANTONE Color of this year is 16-1546 Living Coral. From flower beds to beaches and sunsets this warm natural tone encourages optimism and joyful pursuits. It provides buoyancy in our continually shifting environment. Anchored at the center of the chromatic wheel it engages the spirit and energizes the body. Get on board. Make a lively impression with this comfortable yet playful sofa. Accent with any array of colors you like! Brette Sofa […]

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Historic Interior Design in Churches

Ornately painted designs lift the spirit. The inspirational designs covering the interiors of this House of God were created by German immigrants seeking solace during the late 1800s. The immigrants fled persecution and survived hardships and sorrows, but persevered because of their faith. The Painted Churches of Texas were constructed with the same beauty and craftsmanship as the old-world German churches. After their pilgrimages, the churches became peaceful anchors in the immigrants’ new world and reminders of their homeland. People […]

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American Artist Georgia O’Keeffe Inspires Women

North Carolina Museum of Art Exhibit Highlights Georgia O’Keeffe, photographed in New Mexico by Bruce Weber, in 1984. Georgia O’Keeffe, Petunias © 2018 Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Georgia O’Keeffe was best known for her paintings of enlarged flowers, New York skyscrapers, and New Mexico landscapes. Recognized as the “Mother of American modernism” her famous painting style is well-known all over the world. A woman with a very distinct eye and way of living, she is now inspiring another generation of artists […]

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